GeForce4 Titanium Shipping from Apple
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MacCentral reports that some of its readers have reported receiving notification from Apple that their Nvidia GeForce4 Ti AGP video cards are shipping:
Although Apple has been offering the more mainstream GeForce4 MX graphics card since its introduction in February, the GeForce4 Ti-based cards have, up until now, been non-existent despite the release of PC-compatible graphics cards based on the same chip design by a multitude of Windows-friendly third party graphics card makers.For the full story, follow the link below to MacCentral. For more information on Nvidia's flagship graphics processor, check out the IMG stories linked below as well.
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This shortage caused Apple to volunteer to send Power Mac G4 systems equipped with GeForce4 MX cards to those customers who had backordered the GeForce4 Ti-equipped configurations, with the guarantee that once a GeForce4 Ti-based card was available, it would be sent to them. In the past day, customers who have taken delivery of those configurations have received e-mail from the Apple Store confirming that GeForce4 Ti-equipped video cards are now on their way "at no charge." The Apple Store has also thanked customers for their patience during the long delay.
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